Robin Pope Safaris - Luangwa Bush Camping

South Luangwa

This is a fantastic experience for those with a love of the bush who want to focus on walking in true wilderness areas. 

You can make the dream of truly escaping into the wild a reality, when you come with us into the Luangwa wilderness to camp.

Walking through the splendid isolation of the Nsefu sector of South Luangwa National Park is a rare delight that only a fortunate few will experience. 


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Robin Pope Safaris - Luangwa Bush Camping

Located in the Nsefu sector of South Luangwa National Park. 1 hour 30 minutes’ drive from Mfuwe Airport.

Access into Mfuwe Airport is either via scheduled flight from Lusaka on Proflight, direct flight from Jeki or Royal during the peak season or via scheduled flight on Ulendo Air from Lilongwe. Charter flights can also be organised.

Luangwa Bush Camping is an ideal combo with Nsefu and Tena Tena Camp and a 2 night stay is recommended.


2 x Twin walk-in Meru tents

Tent features include:
Mattresses on the ground made up with pillow, sheets and blankets
Wash basin
Shared 60L bucket shower and long drop bush loo

Exclusive use of the camp is available for bookings of 4 guests 
Meals are prepared around a campfire
Open-air dining 


Cooking over the camp fire Breakfast Campfire Dining under the stars Tea time

Daily morning and afternoon walking safaris.

This walking experience is best combined with a stay at Nsefu and Tena Tena Camps either side. You may then walk from the camp to the Luangwa Bush Camping Site as an activity.

Minimum age is 16 years

The camp is open from the 1st June until 31st October each year.

Operating lodges and camps in protected ecosystems in Africa alongside local indigenous communities and wildlife comes with a great deal of responsibility. Robin Pope Safaris is committed to responsible tourism and conducts their business in a manner that benefits the environment and wildlife conservation, the people who work for them, and their neighboring communities. In this way their tourism operations, and the presence of their guests, has the capacity to protect natural wildlife areas, alleviate poverty through good employment practices and contribute positively to the local community. For further information on their projects please follow this link:

Providing Clean Water Kawaza Village Conservation Projects Anti poaching

The camp has no power. Paraffin lamps and torches are used for lighting and cooking is done over a camp fire

Bottled water is provided at the camp 

There is no WiFi


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